Digital Cameras Guide
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The Panasonic GX1 is the successor to the popular GF1. It's been a long two-year wait for this camera, and we're eager to see if this is the Micro Four Thirds camera to get for Christmas.
Planning to go on a holiday? Maybe it's time to shop for a new camera. When you return, you'd need a monitor to view the photos, a printer to print them for the family, and a storage device to keep them safe. Don't worry, we have sussed out all the deals for you.
With its 14x zoom lens, 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, in-lens anti-shake system, and a laundry list of automated modes, the Coolpix S8200 looks to be a great jack of all trades point-and-shoot camera. Let's dive in for more details.
Fujifilm scored a huge hit in early 2011 with the retro-inspired X100. Inspired by its success, Fujifilm is back with the X10, a compact camera resembling the X100. With the X10's distinctive looks and impressive specs, will Fujifilm be able to catch lightning in a bottle once again?
Wanting to learn more about the Nikon 1 mirrorless system, we talked with Kimito Uemura, General Manager from the regional headquarters of Nikon Asia, about how the cameras were developed and where they're headed.
The Olympus PEN E-PL3 is a good alternative for those who prefer a smaller and more handy version of the E-P3. Under the hood, it shares the same 12-megapixel sensor and dual-core TruePic VI processing engine as its more expensive sibling. We show you what this minute snapper can do.
The Sony Alpha NEX-7 is without doubt the most powerful mirrorless interchangeable lens camera in the market right now. Just look at its specs: 24 megapixels, 10fps burst speed, 1080p video recording with full manual control and an XGA OLED viewfinder. Check out our hands-on video inside.
The mirrorless camera race intensifies as Nikon finally puts its weight to bring forth their own iteration to compete in this relatively new market segment. Designed for the compact camera upgrader, we review the Nikon 1 V1 and share a number of its interesting features.
Going bird-watching this Saturday, and to a football match the following evening? A pair of binoculars is surely an indispensable tool for such occasions. What if you could record what you're seeing? Sony has the answer in the form of the DEV-5.
Encased in a flashy, protective chrome finish is the 14-megapixel WB210. It's a 12x optical zoom lens, and weighs a reasonable 174g. Priced at S$499, is this compact camera worth it? Check out what we thought of it after the jump.